No Fundamental Right to Marry: Centre defends inducting only unmarried men, women as Judge Advocate General

No Fundamental Right to Marry: Centre defends inducting only unmarried men, women as Judge Advocate General

Contending that the Constitution of India does not stipulate Right to marry as a Fundamental Right, the Central Government has defended its policy of inducting only unmarried men and women as Judge Advocate General in the Indian Army.

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